Round One – Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford
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I love power offensive lineman from Stanford and Peat is just that. I think Peat has a lot of potential at Right Tackle, even though some has projected him to play on the left side of the line.
I don’t think it’d be smart for the Colts to move on with Gosder Cherilus at Right Tackle. This is...
Just like every season is different, so is every offseason.
The Colts, much like in 2012, 2013 and 2014, have a wide variety of needs that must be filled or addressed before the 2015 campaign kicks off. While the team won’t be able to address every need completely, there is reasonable expectation that it can make some serious strides with nearly $40 million in cap space and eight...
The Colts need pretty much everything, if we’re being honest.
So, we could just list the whole depth chart, take out quarterback, tight end and the specialists and tell the Colts to go purely BPA in the draft. I wouldn’t hate this strategy.
But, since every team’s board is influenced by the team’s needs, we’re going to take a look at who is currently on the roster for 2015...
Mike Wells of ESPN expects CB Greg Toler back with the Colts, but there’s a chance that S LaRon Landry could be on the outs in Indy.
According to Wells, the Colts top-three needs are: running back, pass rusher and safety.
Wells points out that CFL additions OL Ben Heenan and WR Duron Carter aren’t guaranteed starting spots with the Colts.
Wells has spoken to a source...
It ended not with a bang, but with a whimper.The Indianapolis Colts’ season didn’t have the end many hoped for. In fact, it ended in perhaps the way the entire Colts’ fan base prayed it wouldn’t. A beatdown at the hands of the New England Patriots, again.A whimper, it most certainly was. But that doesn’t mean the Colts haven’t had more than their fair share of ‘bang’...
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) Indianapolis Colts starting cornerbacks Vontae Davis and Greg Toler are active for Sunday's AFC championship game against the New England Patriots.
Davis (knee) and Toler (groin) both were listed as questionable after missing practice Wednesday and being limited Thursday and Friday. Colts running back Trent Richardson is inactive and didn't make the trip because...
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January 18, 2015
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Indianapolis' top two cornerbacks, Vontae Davis and Greg Toler, both missed Wednesday's practice because of injuries.
Coach Chuck Pagano says Davis hurt his knee. Toler sat out with a groin injury.
The Colts (13-5) will need both to have a shot of upsetting New England (13-4) in Sunday's AFC championship game. The tandem played a key role in shutting down Peyton...
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January 14, 2015
- The Colts won 27-10 while reminding the AFC South they have the division’s top two quarterbacks. Unfortunately, the final tune up before the playoffs included some injuries (prepare for an offensive linemen signing). Here are the unabridged, unfiltered game notes, complete with sarcasm, snarky-ness, and sprinkled the occasional scrap of insight:Follow @MarcusDugan
– The Colts...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Although the Colts have another AFC South championship banner to hang, they know there is still a lot to play for Sunday when they face the Titans.
Indianapolis can't alter its playoff seeding, or another team's playoff hopes, with a win or a loss. The Colts are cemented as the fourth seed and will play the loser of the Bengals-Steelers game at Indianapolis on...
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December 24, 2014
12 Things We Saw in Sunday’s Indianapolis-Houston Game
What it will take for Houston to win in Indy (Photo courtesy of https://austinultimate.org)
Another week, another win over a quarterback not fit to be on an NFL roster. What made this one special was that it brought the Colts yet another AFC South division crown and punched a ticket for the postseason. Here’s what we saw...
The Jacksonville Jaguars come into Sunday’s matchup hoping to knock off the AFC South leading Indianapolis Colts in their second meeting of the year. The Jaguars are coming in off of a 31 – 17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in London in week 10, but have had the luxury of having two full weeks to prepare for the Colts having a week 11 bye.The Colts will be hoping to rebound in a...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Colts will be without three starters Sunday against Jacksonville.
Coach Chuck Pagano says tight end Dwayne Allen, right tackle Gosder Cherilus and cornerback Greg Toler will all sit out. Allen injured his right ankle in last week's loss to New England and Toler was diagnosed Monday with a concussion. Cherilus has struggled as he attempted to play through a...
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November 21, 2014
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Colts defense is well aware of the task at hand. The players know exactly what Tom Brady is capable of.
''Probably the best quarterback in the NFL right now,'' Indianapolis cornerback Greg Toler said.
''A Hall of Fame quarterback with three Super Bowls,'' added defensive tackle Ricky Jean Francois.
The mission, right now though, for the Indy defense is to stop...
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November 14, 2014
12 Things We Saw During the Colts-Bengals Game
Sometimes things fall apart. Sometimes they are completely dismantled. (image courtesy of alibaba.com)
The Colts wrapped up a critical three-game stretch with their most impressive victory of the season. Here’s everything we saw in Indy’s complete and total evisceration of the Cincinnati Bengals.
1. We saw a new level. Whatever...
The Colts had to grind out their fourth victory of the season, but man, there were a lot of fun plays on the road to this win.
What looked to be yet another Thursday night blowout turned into quite a nail-biter.
Don’t put this one on Trent Richardson
I gush about how many good plays occurred in this game and then I start with a bad one. Go figure.
This play really confuses me....
Ryan Grigson has made a lot of mistakes, especially when it comes to signing free agent defenders.In the past two seasons the Colts have thrown money at defensive players such as Ricky Jean-Francois, Eric Walden, Greg Toler and LaRon Landry, who have ranged from disappointing to inconsistent, injuryprone to downright disastrous.When there is that much failure, it’s sometimes tough...
This week, PFS: Colts Lead Writer Jake Arthur and PFS: Titans Lead Writer Kenneth Goit got together to break down this weekend's AFC South showdown and to learn a bit more about each others' teams.K.G.: Was Andrew Luck struggling in the first two weeks, or did the media overblow the situation?J.A.: He wasn’t fantastic in the first two weeks, but yes, I believe it was overblown...
Greg Toler seems to be coming along at cornerback. Do you think with Vontae Davis, that's a strength of the team?Frank E. Scaduto, FacebookJust by virtue of his presence, Greg Toler makes the secondary a much more stable unit. Even without considering his play, he allows for Darius Butler to stay in the slot where best suited and for Vontae Davis’ shutdown skills to be even more...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Cornerbacks Vontae Davis, Greg Toler, and Darius Butler make up a strong trio in the Indianapolis secondary.
Toler is tried for second in the league for interceptions with two this season, including one in a win against Jacksonville last week. Another take away on Sunday against Tennessee (1-2) would be the first time he would record an interception in three games...
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September 25, 2014
Do you smell that?
After losing consecutive games to start the season, the Colts finally got a “w” on the board against a struggling Jacksonville Jaguars team. However, it didn’t matter who the win was against since this was the first taste of victory since last January’s playoff win (that’s a long time).
In the first two installments of this series, I...
After the Colts dismantled the Jaguars 44-17, the stat line was filled with a lot of good news for Colts players.Luck finished with over 300 yards passing and four touchdowns, Greg Toler took an interception to the house, and Pat McAfee had to ginormous punts that were both pinned inside the 20. So you know what that means? Drug testing time in the NFL.
Myself (8 touchbacks, 53.5...
Both teams entered the day 0-2, but that was the only thing the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars had in common. The Colts swept the series last season, winning each game in a route. The Colts would start off where they finished last season.
The Colts trampled the Jaguars this afternoon 44-17, behind 530 yards of offense for the Colts. Andrew Luck finished the day with...
Week three is upon us, and all is looking well for the Colts to get their first win of the young season. We have the top five reasons why, and much more coming out of Colts camp, so catch up on all the latest news and videos now.
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The Greg Toler interception that...
It’s an ugly start to the season.
There wasn’t much of a fuss after the Colts lost by a touchdown on the road against the Denver Broncos in Week 1, but their latest loss at home against the Philadelphia Eagles comes with a lot of chatter.
The Colts were in control of this game for most of the game, but things started to slowly go wrong for the men in blue.
Like always in a loss...
Boy, did the Colts let one slip away last night against the Eagles at home. Some bad calls went against the Colts, especially with the horsecollar tackle, and no call on T.Y. late in the game. Some late game mismanagement also contributed to a last second loss on an Eagles field goal, and now the Colts head into week three in an 0-2 hole.
It is too early to start pointing fingers...